Two controversial situations in the match between Arsenal - Leicester

Arsenal youngster, Eddie Nketiah has become the player who is disqualified fastest in Premier League this season. In the match against Leicester City, England youth striker receiving a red card after just 48 seconds into the game. Nketiah had situations in high foot ball for defender Justin James of Leciester. The referee Chris Kavanagh initially only a yellow card warning to Arsenal's 30.

Arsenal star after 48 seconds red card: coach Arteta urgent, demanding pursue both Vardy
Nketiah was disqualified just 48 seconds after coming on (Image Source: Internet)

Nketiah was disqualified just 48 seconds after coming on

However, VAR organizations consulted and the referee gave the video review and change the red card decision. Statistically, this is a fast red card 5th Premiership history. Directly in front of the legendary Nketiah Liverpool, Steven Gerrard. Former England midfielder was sent off after just 38 seconds on the field as deliberately stepped on the foot of Ander Herrera MU side.

Meanwhile, the fastest red card in the history of the former Manchester United midfielder Keith Gillespie. In the match between Reading and Sheffield United in 2006/07, this player came on as a substitute and received a red card after 12 seconds with a header ... elbow to the face side of the Reading Stephen Hunt. Gillespie had barely even touched the ball when being disqualified.

Back with Nketiah red card, coach Arteta proved quite urgent because he believes Leicester City are supposed to play with 10 men from the start the second half. "I think the red card for Eddie Nketiah heavy parts. He does not see the opponent and not to hurt anyone. He is a young and enthusiastic players.

Arsenal star after 48 seconds red card: coach Arteta urgent, demanding pursue both Vardy
Arteta said Vardy deserved red card with glossy bike challenge in the face Mustafi (Image Source: Internet)

Arteta said Vardy deserved red card with glossy bike challenge in the face Mustafi

I think if the red card, the player must get more deserved Leicester. They were supposed to play with 10 men end the first half. I think the referee should be fair when considering the situation. If the red card is Nketiah then the other players are so well deserved. "

Though not in name only, but who watched the match also understand Mike Arteta was referring Jamie Vardy. The England striker has bicycle in the face of Arsenal midfielder Mustafi in a dispute situation in minute 45. The referees consider a situation that is accidentally and Vardy not even get booked. Main Vardy was brought back for Leicester's equalizer with 84 minutes to finish the ice maker access to accurate.